Missouri Tigers Football Details
About halfway between St. Louis and Kansas City on I-70, you’ll find the University of Missouri. It’s a great middle ground, because Mizzou is a great place to watch college football.
Missouri has played football since 1890, and joined the Southeastern Conference in 2012. The Tigers have had more than a dozen consensus All-America selections, 11 College Football Hall of Fame members, and two Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees – cornerback Roger Wehrli and tight end Kellen Winslow.
Home games are played on campus at Memorial Stadium at Faurot Field, which holds more than 71,000 fans. The stadium’s most identifying landmark is the Rock M, which sits above the north end zone. The “M” is constructed out of whitewashed rocks, and measures approximately 90 feet wide by 95 feet high.
Make sure to arrive early for the Tiger Walk, which begins two hours prior to kickoff and starts at the west side of the stadium at the Pedestrian Bridge spanning Providence Road. The team and coaching staff walk from the Mizzou Athletics Training Complex over the bridge and into the south tunnel of the stadium.
Getting close to the stadium for a tailgate isn’t easy, as lots in close proximity are filled with season-ticket holders. However, some open-air lots are available for those who arrive early.
Mizzou mascot Truman the Tiger – named after Missouri-born U.S. President Harry S Truman – loves to keep fans entertained on game days. He enters the stadium in style, riding a vintage gold-and-black fire truck.
If you’re ready to visit Columbia for a Tiger game, get your Missouri football tickets now!
For upcoming games and additional information, explore SeatGeek's Missouri Tigers Tickets page. The 2018 Tigers regular season begins September 1st and ends November 24th.
Frequently Asked Questions About Missouri Tigers Football Tickets and Games
How much are Missouri Tigers Football tickets?
Missouri Football ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Missouri Tigers tickets can be found for as low as $2.00, with an average price of $45.00 but can vary depending on the opponent. Buy Missouri Tigers Football tickets.
Where do the Missouri Tigers play?
Missouri Football home games are played at Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium in Columbia, MO.
When do Missouri Tigers Football tickets go on sale?
Missouri Football ticket information for the next season is released towards the end of the current season.
How to sell Missouri Tigers Football tickets?
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How to Buy Missouri Football Tickets
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